Suzanne Gray, Principal
Jennifer Hoffman, Assistant Principal
Main Office: 516-434-3419 - Fax Number: 516-756-3204
First Alert: 516-434-3437 - Nurse: 516-434-3428
As you know this year, during our WOW celebration (Work on Writing) we had esteemed author Jerry Pallotta share his books with our children, with a focus on math in the real world. We will continue to dive deeper into our work with mathematics as it relates to the standards of mathematical practices, as well as the Common Core Standards. See below for a list of resources you and your children can use at home. Practicing math facts and playing math games at home can only strengthen your child's fluency.
Softschools.com provides free math worksheets and free math games. Worksheets and games are organized by grades and topics.
Around the world in 80 seconds.
Help Maggie fly around the world. Pick addition, subtraction, multiplication, division or a mix of all four. Then pick a level (Level 1: Easier and Level 2: Harder). Each question answered correctly gets Maggie to her next stop. However you only have 80 seconds to get her around the world!
This site has hundreds of free, online, educational games for kids. There are different levels, games and activities.
Mathsframe has more than 170 free interactive math games. All resources are designed to help children to visualize numbers, patterns and numerical relationships and to develop their mathematical thinking.
There are links to addition and subtraction games as well. Depending on the game you play, you are able to choose the facts you want to practice or the level of difficulty.
Games are organized by grade level and/or age.
You can create online flash cards and worksheets.
This site offers and introduction to mathematics and its variety of topics. There are different sections, which include basic math and more advanced math. If you take the time to navigate the site, you can find free workbooks to print for additional practice.
Math Playground has math and thinking games, step-by-step instructional videos, math practice, and problems solving activities.
Directions to Old Bethpage Elementary School:
Long Island Expressway to Round Swamp Road (Exit 48 South). School is on Round Swamp Road on left.